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and important story. >> a busy night ahead. that's for sure. >> "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. . >>> "outfront" next, we're in mobile, alabama, tonight, where the disabled cruise ship, the "triumph," is set to dock. more than 4,000 people have been stranded at sea for five days on the ship, and tonight, we're going to hear from the passengers, we're going to bring you updates on the horrible conditions that some of them have faced on board. we have finally come to the last act of this drama. let's go "outfront." >>> and good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. and "outfront" tonight, in mobile, alabama, we are waiting for more than 4,000 people to arrive, after being stranded on a carnival cruise ship that lost power after an engine fire on sunday. 3,142 passengers and 1,086 crew members have been stuck on the "carnival triumph" for five day. they've had no hot water, they've had limited food, they've had few working toilets. here is the latest. at this moment, we understand that the ship is about 25 miles away from the dock where i'm standing. it's traveling at about six mil
after i dropped him off. >> erin's third grade son bear was in the front hallway of sandy hook elementary school when the shooling began and a teacher saved his life. erin is joining us from washington. erin, it's been almost two months now and there's a lot of people who are still struggling. first of all, just give us a sense of how you and bear and your family are doing right now. >> we are doing as well as can be expected. our entire community is struggling and we will struggle for quite some time. all things considered, we're back to a new normal routine and i'm just trying to move forward. >> erin, can you tell us what it is like to be in that room? we saw that gentleman there very emotional about losing his own child. i can imagine that there's a lot of things you're thinking about and feeling when you're in that room and you hear that day being replayed over and over. >> it's particularly emotional. i don't think there were hardly any of us there with dry eyes and yet we've heard these stories before. so i think the impact on the legislators and those of you at home wat
the cash box. >> >> erin:ed it up. i saw what was on it. i asked questions about it. how dare they do this. >> folded in the same way that this 1 was. and it has your mother on it. >> the guard investigating the dollar bill incident. >> i'm angry because they don't see my point of view and they don't make changes. i can't accept that. >> i don't know what else to do. >> jessica brown can't accept the way her leaders handled an attack she says happened to her in vegas. she says it started after a member of the california guard walked her back to her hotel room. >> he pushed me down on my bed. >> she says it happened during a training mission. >> all the while i was telling him to stop. don't do it. i'm married. >> master sergeant brown says she immediately reported the sexual assault to her direct soup visor. >> i have no faith in the department. none. >> she believes the national guard failed to properly investigate her sexual assault. >> is this exposing the dysfunction inside the guard? >> yes. >> brown says following the incident she returned to duty where she says she experienced sexua
it but i don't miss it. >> she's hearty though. let's go back to erin in kansas city, missouri. this storm is big and powerful and knocked your microphone. >> reporter: it is very windy. we expect gusts up to 30 miles an hour today. so the governors of kansas and missouri are urging people to stay off the roads and take precautions because they want to make sure people know that this storm will be more dangerous than the storm they had here just last week, john. >> erin, it does look -- it looks nasty out there. she's been here a week and we sent her to two blizzards in the plains states. thank you, erin. >> who would have thought back to back. >>> four minutes past the hour. we're following a developing story four. it is horror in a hot air touri bird's-eye view of the scene, it plummeted to the ground. what do you know? >> reporter: this is just an awful incident that's not going to bode well for egypt's already ailing tourism industry and the hot air balloon industry. first and foremost, you have to think about the families of the 20 victims. 20 people killed according to this hot air b
of this storm even brought lightning and thunder, can you hear it? [ thunder ] cnn's erin mcpike is in wichita. how much snow do you have and how much is coming? and karen mcginnis in the weather center. what do you see, erin? >> reporter: well, you know, right now we think we have about 8 inches. i'll show you here, we have a ruler. so, yep, that's looking like about 8 inches. but the snow stopped a couple hours ago, so now we have the effects of it, which if you want to look over here, we still got somebody digging out his car, and we're going to try -- you can see that snowplows have come by. we basically made a median out of the snow, there's big heaps of snow. so it has piled up one but the effects we have to tell you about, there are power outages in the southwestern part of the state. people need to be aware. no fatales. everybody should stay off the road. all major universities, school districts and the government is closed. basically the business of kansas has shut down today, the governor sam brownback declared a state of emergency. we think snow might be over, we might get more toni
>>> is that does it for us. thanks very much for watching. "erin burnett outfront" starts now. >>> "outfront" next, the hostage situation in alabama came to a violent end. we have an update on the gunman and the 5-year-old boy that was being held hostage. >>> plus, last month, we brought you the story of the catholic hospital that said a fetus is not a person. tonight a dramatic development. >>> and ted nugent, one of the nra's most vocal supporters promises to bring massive truth to cnn tonight. he gives us an exclusive look at his ranch, the guns he owns, and why he believes guns are crucial for america. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, breaking news on the alabama hostage crisis. it is now over. 5-year-old ethan, the little boy's name, he's at a hospital. we found that out a few seconds ago. he's with his family. there's heavy security there as well tonight. and the big headline, he's safe. he was abducted from his school bus and held in an underground bunker for six days. we can also report that the kidnapper, 65-year-o
. >> no so giant. >> reporter: jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> that's it for us. "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next, we're just eight days away from forced spending cuts that have been called deep and dangerous. so why is all we're hearing is blame? >>> and as the world gets ready for a new pope, is the church using a cemetery to hide money from abuse victims? >>> and new information about the body found inside a hotel water tower. we have the video that that hotel does not want you to see. >>> let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, hurting the poor because washington has no courage. again today, all we heard was blame when it comes to the forced spending cuts to take effect in eight days. president obama made some talk radio appearances. >> whether or not we can move republicans at this point to do the right thing is what we're still trying to gauge. >> now, he's called the cuts severe and brutal. house speaker john boehner, guess what, completely agrees with that. he's called them deep and dangerous, but they'r
is tracking the storm. erin mcpike is live in kansas city. we'll start with you. >> we're seeing snowfall two inches an houreer. very windy, looking at winds up to 30 miles per hour later today, and also, soledad, because of the snow last week, there is still a lot of heavy snow on branchs and power lines, snapping power lines, and lots of power outages throughout kansas city. we just got off the phone with kansas city power and light. they have doubled from 10,000 to 20,000, those numbers will go down, right now they can't get out on the road to repair the power lines. we're looking at power outages in texas. another 10,000 no oklahoma. the storm looking to be worst than last week, soledad. >> a little bit of a mess. thank you very much. appreciate that. let's get to jennifer delgado. where is this all going? >> soledad, right now, it's actually right on top of the midwest. you saw the live shot where erin is out of kansas. kansas city, taking a beating right now. coming down very good along interstate 70. toward the east in st. louis, a break from the heavy rain, of course, that will be wra
"outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" tonight, breaking news on the alabama hostage crisis. it is now over. 5-year-old ethan, the little boy's name, he's at a hospital. we found that out a few seconds ago. he's with his family. there's heavy security there as well tonight. and the big headline, he's safe. he was abducted from his school bus and held in an underground bunker for six days. we can also report that the kidnapper, 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes is dead. i want to get straight to martin savidge who is covering this story in midland city, alabama, about 100 miles south of montgomery. what more can you tell us about this little boy ethan and where he is and how he is tonight? >> we know he's surrounded by a very happy family. that would be his mother, his siblings, and extended family and we have been told that he is in good shape physically. of course, what's got to be determined is how is he doing mentally after this long ordeal. >> i know that's going to be a big question. there have been reports that the little boy may have had some sort of autism.
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the state never established one. >> delay delay delay delay. >>reporter: erin brockovich and name sake movie from 13 years ago made this chrome infamous. her effort helped spark a law mandating the california department of public health to come up with a maximum contaminant level in drinking water by 2004. nine years later and still no standard. >> supposed to be here to help protect the health and welfare of a community or of a state. i'm doing that. >>reporter: we asked to peck to somebody from the department of public health. they declined because of this. the natural resource defense council and environmental working group filed lawsuit against the california department of public health over the lack of a standard. renee sharp is with ewg. >> think about the number of children number of adults that have been exposed for practically our life time at this point. >>reporter: like it or not usually takes 10 years to get that cooped of information. toxicologist with the epa says it takes time to set standard. more test need to be done to determine how dangerous the compound is to
tax. with us today is erin shucosky. erin has been a clinical nurse of 30 years in baltimore. she spent the past 10 years coordinating the research on a study to approve the last under in to approve a new replacement disc to treat patients suffering from crippling neck and back pain. over time, erin discovered that she suffered from the very condition that her work aimed to treat. on her days off, and would spend time at her daughter's lacrosse tournaments barely able to move, and then would have to go home and spend most of her time there was an ice pack on her neck. she went in for surgery and got the new disc replacements. erin is with us in a cervical collar today, but thankfully she is on the mend. the new medical device tax and obamacare makes it harder for researchers to develop those innovative devices in the united states, and thus makes it harder for patients like erin to get the care they need. obamacare is unnecessarily raise the cost of our health care. even those have preexisting conditions could get the coverage they need without a trillion dollar government program
can't get to her. it's a mess everywhere, so highway 49 is actually blocked right now. >> erin mcpike is in wichita, kansas and meteorologist jennifer delgado is at the cnn weather center. we start with you erin, it stopped snowing for a little while at least right? >> reporter: it looks like it has stopped, yes, however, the governor of kansas, sam brownback did declare a state of emergency here because we have seen a lot of snow pile up in the last four hours or so. we've got somewhere between 6 to 8 inches. if you can check out over here a little bit, obviously you can't see the road but also we've seen snowplows go by all morning long eight to ten times making a median, big eepz of snow theheae middle, a huge mess. carol one of the interesting things about this snowstorm is that it's thunder snow, we have some video from earlier this morning of lightning and thunder with that snow. we'll play that here for a second. i guess you can see it. and because of this snow, so much of the state is shut down today, most of the universities are closed, lots of public schools, the governm
stuck, too. we are covering it all. cnn's erin mcpike is in kansas city, missouri, and meteorologist jennifer delgado is tracking the storm in our weather center. let's begin with erin in the nation's heartland, good morning, erin, it looks terrible. >> reporter: good morning, carol. we're getting about two inches of snow an hour, but what i want to tell you are the power outages. we talked to kansas city power and light all morning and the power outages have doubled and tripled since we first started talking to them, up to 35,000 power outages just in the kansas city metro area. there are also about 10,000 power outages in texas and another 10,000 or so in oklahoma. that's a problem for those getting heat so that's something to watch out for. also around me it's getting harder to see if you can look a little bit behind me here you don't see very many cars on the road. however the cars that we have seen have gotten stuck, one of them rolled down the hill so it is very dangerous. we also know from kansas governor sam brownback that there was a second death in this storm reported last
this. chad is in the weather center. stand by. i wantxdÑi to go first to erin mcpike, who i was e-mailing earlier saying, please stay warm, you say you haveq been so far. by the looks of yourxd surroundings, it looks chilly.xi >> reporter: the worst of the storm rightlp no7Ñ" is over. it looks to be sleeting a little bit right now. but the storm itself is over. that does notfá éñ mean the pai e1 tell you. we haveok gotq about 38,000 pow outages still in kansas city. about 10,000 more infá texas an more+ in oklahoma and let me sw you why, brooke. look at Ñie1this. the snow here is really, really heavy. if you get hit with something like this, it is reallya5ñr goo and bringing down power lines. ñ outages. also, 20 miles south of here, in belton, missouri, there was a whole building that collapsed because of this heavy snow. you know, last week, we were in wichita, and we sawu peo#s+Ñ rooftops, because you want to get thatxd heavy snow off, so y building collapses like we had earlier today. brooke? >> erin m÷cpike, to all the people in kansas Ñicity, put th snowballs d
three for the must-reads. robert train um, doug hataway, and erin. what is your must read? >> there has been a lot of missed opportunities at the state-wide level for republicans to take back the senate. christine o'donnell in delaware and so forth. an interesting story in today's "the new york times," a group of wealthy individuals, saying never again. we'll influence the process, and although we won't influence it from a literal sense, we'll steer money to people that actually can win. u.s. a wise mo it's a wise move. >> what's your read? >> ron brown, an article in "the national journal." an insightful and indepth look at the new normal. winning coalition in national politics, which says that you have to get the votes of african-americans and latinos and young people and liberal whites and conservative white men, not as important as they used to be. a new formula for winning and an interesting article about that. >> a good one, i'll pick it up as well. >> erin, yours? >> this is a story about how personal life which often gets a lot of scrutiny, has an impact on policy, and that's --
too. anderson starts now. >>> thanks very much, erin. good evening, tonight on the program, the bunker busters, new details about what happened in that alabama bunker. in the split seconds when authorities went in. seconds that spelled life for a little boy who turned 6 today and death for his captor. >>> take a look at this man who's 74 years old, he's on a pharmaceutical cocktail that makes it possible for him to look like that. the question tonight, has he found a healthy fountain of youth? or a prescription for disaster. what you need to know before you do what he's doing. >>> a program that takes guns out of the hands of known criminals. with all the talk about expanding background checks this one seems to be a no-brainer. it's a program in california that does exactly what everyone agrees should be done. takes deadly weapons away from dangerous people. we're talking about thousands of weapons each year. what's surprising, is that the number of weapons taken out of the hands of law breakers could be so much higher and more lives could be saved if only there was more money availabl
. erin burnett "outfront" starts erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> we are moments away from a news conference where we expect to learn what happened in that cabin outside los angeles yesterday. last night, we heard this. >> burn it down! >> just do it, right now! [ bleep ]. >> in a few moment, we hope to find out if the body found in that cabin is the suspected cop killer and also what led to his death. plus, thousands of people are trapped on board a crippled carnival cruise ship. they're running low on supplies and living this their own filth. and two of president obama's key nominations could be on hold. one of the senators considering a delay, rand paul, is with us to tell you why. let's go "outfront." and good evening, everyone. tonight, we have breaking news on the los angeles man hunt that ended with a body dead inside a mountain cabin. in just a couple of moment, we could learn if christopher dorner was the man found last night. authorities have been working to identify the charred remains and police say they have reason to beli
." i'm erin burnett, for the 3100 passengers and more than 1,000 crew members leaving the cripples cruise ship behind me, there were two songs of the night, sweet home alabama, and the sweet music of a ship's whistle. >> well, listen to that horn, martin. look how happy they are to hear that. port of call horn, means they're about to dock. >> that's a sound that many family members are waiting for. >> i'm sorry, martin, you were saying? >> joyful noise at the carnival triumph came into port. i remember hearing that horn, everyone stopped dead and watched that. people have been coming off the gang way. it's been very smooth so far from everything we have heard. it's gone floor by floor, from bottom to top. this, of course, was not the triumph's intended destination, but a fire on sunday left the ship almost dead in the water. main power was gone. toilets did not work. hallways became open sewers. it was truly a nightmare cruise. tonight, there is cheering. literally, fizzily cheering because the nightmare is over. passengers are screaming onshore, piling onto the buses, leaving bus
dramatic pictures for you tonight. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening. i'm erin burnett. "outfront" or should i say out back tonight, the "a" word. with three days until the forced spending cuts kick in, house speaker john boehner today dropped an a-bomb. >> we have moved a bill in the house twice. we should not have to move a third bill before the senate gets off their -- and begins to do something. >> on the other side of capitol hill, senate majority leader harry reid says it's the republicans' fault. no butts about it. >> i think he should understand who is sitting on their posterior. the speaker is doing nothing to try to pass anything over there. >> well, the president didn't engage in the posterior pow-wow but did play the blame game. >> there are too many republicans in congress right now who refuse to compromise even an inch when it comes to closing tax loopholes and special interest tax breaks. and that's what's holding things up right now. >> "outfront" tonight democratic congressman chris van holland. not every day we get to hear that word used on capitol hill. >> i wil
it will hopefully heal as soon as possible. i hate this so much, i love you and i'm sorry. country singer erin church is this year's most-nominated artist. nominees announced this morning, church leads with seven followed by hunter hays with six and tied with five nominations a piece are miranda lambert and tailor swift. now, to the oscars. show producers announced new presenters all packed winners. halle barrier and reese witherspoon will be taking the stage whit airs february 24th here on abc. if you haven't already go to otrc.com to make your picks and cast a ballot, then compare them with friends on&o:. >> and abc 7 is the only place to watch the oscars coming up very soon now. >> and still ahead at 4:00 corruption scandal of a red light camera. what it could mean for ticket holders in the bay area. >> a night player after sea for thousands of passengers in a crippled cruise ship and apology from carnival cruise. and... >> high school students have the cans to ask chief justice anything. >>> breaking news in san jose. sky 7 is live over the scene. that is the image now. fleece are looking
. 18 bears turnover. they lose 68-62. back in a moment. erin: it's my job, trying to make sure that justice is done. frank: great day for the family business. ♪ in family. ♪ don't wait for presidents' day to save on a new mattress. sleep train's presidents' day sale is on now. save up to $500 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get a sealy queen set for just $399. even get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. plus, free delivery, set-up, and removal of your old set. keep more presidents in your wallet. sleep train's presidents' day sale is on now. superior service best selection lowest price guaranteed. ♪ sleep train ♪ ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ david letterman is next.. with ravens coach john harbaugh. our next newscast is tomorrow morning at 4-30. >>> letterman is next with ravens' coach john harbaugh. >> what are they gonna talk about? >> nothing. short interview. >> we'll see you tomorrow. ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from the heart of broadway broadcasting across the nation and around the world it's the "late show" wit
: erin in buffalo. hey, welcome. >> caller: hi, mama. >> stephanie: hello baby. >> caller: i have a very special 50th birthday wish you can grant. >> stephanie: it is your birthday today? >> caller: it is. >> stephanie: happy birthday. >> caller: could you please wish me happy birthday as barbara walters? >> stephanie: happy 50th birthday to you erin. >> caller: thank you very much. >> that's scratch, scratch scratch because she has chickenpox, you see. >> stephanie: i am very, very itchy. [ laughter ] sorry. >> or rubella. >> stephanie: doesn't there exist barbara walters and -- singing fire. you sing romeo. >> stephanie: there we go. that would be funny. a lot of l words and also r words for barbara. >> her favorite show. >> stephanie: itchy itchy itchy, scratchy, scratchy, scratchy. the president. >> obama: are they prepared to inflict more pain on the middle class because they refuse to ask more of those at the very top. >> stephanie: the answer unfortunately to that is yes. >> i think he was asking rhetorically. i think he knew the answer. >> stephanie: the president again. >> steph
our short straw reporter right up there, south of kansas city, into spring hill, kansas, our erin mcpike is there. erin, you're going to get somewhere between 12 and 16 inches of snow before it's done. >> reporter: a number of roads are already closed, chad. but the snowstorm is actually a mixed blessing to the region's big business, agriculture. the second major winter storm in under a week slams the great plains tonight. but farmers here aren't complaining. >> the drought over the last two years has put our farm in survival mode. you get the feeling that, you know, it can rain or snow again. it does happen. so i get the feeling we are going in the right direction. >> reporter: this is the third straight year the nation's bread basket is suffering from extreme drought. crop production and the region's economy are down dramatically because of it. with $3 billion of losses here in kansas in 2012. another problem, drinking water. here at hillsdale lake, a major source of drinking water for kansas city and surrounding areas, the water level is 3 1/2 feet lower than average. >> we're hop
erine(bf2 brocka very muche it infamous. her every yorts helped spark mandating to come up with a maximum contaminant level in 2004. >> you're supposed to be here to help protect the health and welfare of a community or of a state. and you're not doing that. >> we asked to speak to someone from the department of public hchblg they declined because this, natural resources defense council and environmental working group filed a lawsuit against department of public health over a lack of a standard. >> if you think about the number of children, number adults have been exposed for a lifetime at this point. >> like it or not it takes about 10 years to get that information. >> bruce is a toxicologist with u.s. epa. he says it takes time to set standards and points out more tests need to be done. also believes there is no cause to worry. >> i don't think we have any, or there would only be a few folk that's owe would be at risk at this point. >> in july, 2011 the athe public health goal at 0.02 points per billion. according to the web site, the public health goal means for every mi
$3.1 billion. >> it's a poison. it's well documented. shouldn't be in water. >> activist erin brokovich says it should be 0.02 for levels in the water. the goal is not enforceable, used to help guide the department of public health official standard but it's considered protective against idaho fied suspects she points out there is no process to get down to 0.002 level and bruce mackeler says more research needs to be done to see how much is dangerous to drink. >> that is tough. >> degree that that happens is still unknown. people are working on it we took samples to see if it's in the water. at santa clara county government administration building we found a 1.64 parts per billion level. down the road the number jumped to 2.95 parts per billion. officials declined to talk on camera but confirmed that they had between one and seven billion parts per billion in their wells and estimate it will< to remove. our tests found no detection but we found 0.468 tenths. >> it's not a surprise. >> manager of water quality for california water service company,acúr says levels in livermore
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